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  1. baby-boi's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by DK Wrestling Savior
    Not that this blog should be ripped into or anything. I just seriously don't miss the tag team division and don't think too many others do either. Everything has been basically a makeshift tag team since their short revival of the division. It takes up time that doesn't need to be taken up. If you didn't see the Colons, or the Usos, or Prime Time Players for a few weeks, would it really matter that much?

    Thats the point.,....The public's lack of interest in the WWe Tag division has little to do with the talent, but WWe's own lack of interest. PTP, The Usos, 3MB are all good Tag Teams/Stables....its just WWe isn't putting much into them...
  2. hystrix's Avatar
    Good blog. I wish the WWE would implement a lot of these things into their tag division.
  3. darkrage's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by RoadWarrior
    I think Tag Teams are very important to Wrestling. While no one would care if we didn't see The Colons or PTP again, that's exactly my point. They don't invest any time into these teams and don't give the fans a reason to care about them.

    Tag Teams most always produce a break out star. "Back in the day" you had Hart Foundation, Rockers, Bulldogs, etc. that produce Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels & Davey Boy. Hell even The Hollywood Blonds had Austin & Pillman. The point is though it gives the guys time to work on their characters, get comfortable in the ring and find who they are before throwing them out there in singles competition.
    If WWE really invests in the Tag Division people would care about it again.

    Of course that's just my opinion
    The hollywood blondes would of had two break out stars if pillman wasnt taken from us when he was. He had the it factor
  4. TheLegendaryIcon's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by filthyanimalz
    Long time ploy from wwe is to buy up talent just to sit them on the sideline. This prevents other companies from utilising them and when they get realesed 1-2 years later fans automatically believe they are rubbish because they could not "make it" in the wwe. Whichever company they end up going to then has the huge task of "repackaging" them and restoring their credibility. One of several reasons that I hate and no longer watch the wwe.
    This is basically what they're doing to Justin Gabriel, Joe Hennig, and Tyson Kidd. A shame that they do this to guys they know would have a name anywhere else, but they get them with the lure of money, and in the case of Hennig, a legacy, with no intent to ever deliver.
  5. filthyanimalz's Avatar
    Long time ploy from wwe is to buy up talent just to sit them on the sideline. This prevents other companies from utilising them and when they get realesed 1-2 years later fans automatically believe they are rubbish because they could not "make it" in the wwe. Whichever company they end up going to then has the huge task of "repackaging" them and restoring their credibility. One of several reasons that I hate and no longer watch the wwe.
  6. alcrissam's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Gimboids
    Good stuff. Brodus and Tensai turning into vicious heels would be great.
    and when they beat the shit out of people, they start dancing as the crowd boos them. Ahahahaha priceless stuff
  7. RoadWarrior's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by DK Wrestling Savior
    Not that this blog should be ripped into or anything. I just seriously don't miss the tag team division and don't think too many others do either. Everything has been basically a makeshift tag team since their short revival of the division. It takes up time that doesn't need to be taken up. If you didn't see the Colons, or the Usos, or Prime Time Players for a few weeks, would it really matter that much?
    I think Tag Teams are very important to Wrestling. While no one would care if we didn't see The Colons or PTP again, that's exactly my point. They don't invest any time into these teams and don't give the fans a reason to care about them.

    Tag Teams most always produce a break out star. "Back in the day" you had Hart Foundation, Rockers, Bulldogs, etc. that produce Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels & Davey Boy. Hell even The Hollywood Blonds had Austin & Pillman. The point is though it gives the guys time to work on their characters, get comfortable in the ring and find who they are before throwing them out there in singles competition.
    If WWE really invests in the Tag Division people would care about it again.

    Of course that's just my opinion
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